I’m hopeless at photography, but I really love this idea of “last on the card” by bushboy- the last photo on the card in one’s camera (phone in my case), no edits, no choosing, just the last one taken in that month.
This is mine:
I was just about to sit down and start giving an online lecture when I saw this approx. 15cm long centipede just above where my head would have been. I took a couple of photos, but this last is where it crawled down behind a set of drawers.
17 responses to “last on the card – September”
Great photo of a centipede running away. Thanks for joining in Kate 🙂 🙂
Thank you bushboy 🙂
You are obviously a strong contender to be Sir David Attenborough’s successor Kate! 😂
I wonder if Attenborough yells for help to remove creatures from his room… 😀
Let’s hope it stays there, Kate 😱
I’m embarrassed to admit I got my husband to remove it. I’ve removed spiders and scorpions, but that centipede was just too big!
There’s no shame in that! I saw something like this in Spain once, looked it up and it happened to be dangerously venomous.
Do you know a humane way to remove scorpions? They visit our house on a regular basis 😳
I *hate* scorpions! I use a dust-pan and brush. Sweep them in, then pin them firmly to the pan with the brush. Watch them closely because they take a lot of force to hold down, and get someone else to open the door so you can throw them out. Or sometimes I just squash them, which is surprisingly hard to do, harder than just pinning them and chucking them out.
Yes, I discovered they don’t squash easily 😳
They’re the Terminators of the bug world.
They say many hands make light work. Your lecture would have been a breeze! 😉
😀 very funny!
I don’t like those creatures.
I don’t mind them outside. Not keen on them crawling up the walls. 😀
This is an interesting concept! I love it. They have been around a lot this summer.
This was the first I’ve seen this spring. We had a lot of rain, which tends to drive creep crawlies into the house.
Where I grew up, in Melbourne, we had little skinny dark red centipedes a few mm wide and maybe 5cm long. These things are a good cm across and 10cm long.